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With the caveat that Green Ronin only counts the Hero's Handbook as core rules, the Power Profiles: Strength Powers supplement suggests: Lastly, a strong enough character can throw another character as a makeshift weapon! If the other character is a willing partner, this is a standard action for the thrower, who makes a ranged attack check to put the thrown ...


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To me, Precise Growth is more likely to let you adjust your height and mass to a specific value, say to pair with Morph so that your guy passes the screening where The Green Giant has his security system check to be sure sure that he's the right size after the embarrassing situation where Joe Quick Change managed to fool his scanners with green face-paint ...


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No, there is nothing in the core rules that specifically covers this. I would probably require an "attack roll" by the person doing the throwing to accurately target where they want the person to go with the person doing the landing having to make an Acrobatics check to stick the landing, or maybe an Athletics check to grab on. Just to pick some ...


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Firstly you need to remember that M&M cares about the effect of powers, not the mechanics. So if I have a power that lets me open a small portal and punch through it (making a melee attack against an opponent at range) one way to build that would be to buy ranks of Elongation equal to the range of your teleport. The descriptor would then be "Opens ...


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Honestly, it works exactly the way that you state. Both the design and construction can be done as routine checks, and therefore can have Quickness applied to them. So, theoretically, it means he could create anything within the limits of the his technology check, as you say, on the spot. But what about materials? Nothing in the rules for Inventing says that ...


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Implanting minions is probably out of the question, since a) the game really doesn't have a built-in setup for people invisibly riding others, and b) Summon is pretty prohibitively costly for a lot of summons, and the Minion advantage technically does not have any provision for multiple minions in a way that doesn't require you to spend a power point on each ...


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